E.E. & Brian Smith are a supplier of Gooseberry IQF. They are produced by washing the gooseberries and checking for defects. They go through the freezing process ensuring each piece of fruit stays separate from each other ensuring a free-flowing product. The Gooseberries are packed into cartons ready for shipment.
We source all our Gooseberry IQF from the UK. You can declare ‘British’ on your labelling for this product.
Gooseberry IQF are used for the following applications –
- Pie Fillings
- Ice Cream
Our Gooseberry IQF is sourced from a BRC accredited factory. It has also been audited by our in-house technical team too.
We are happy to supply samples, specifications and prices for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01844 239500.
Question – What is the shelf life of Gooseberry IQF?
Answer – The shelf life is 24 months from production date for Gooseberry IQF.
Question – What does ‘IQF’ mean?
Answer – ‘IQF’ means individually quick frozen. It means each piece of fruit is frozen individually meaning that the product is free flowing.
Question – Can Gooseberries be frozen uncooked?
Answer – Yes, Gooseberries are frozen uncooked. You can freeze the Gooseberries and then make puddings such as crumble.
July – August.